ENCORE: The Buddy Holly hologram plays on stage with a live band. (Courtesy Base Hologram)
‘Scary real’ re-creations, new artists point to more dates for tours
Back in the 1980s, someone asked Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment President Tom Cantone what he thought the future of entertainment would be.
“I answered hologram concerts,” Cantone said. “I knew nothing about it, and I was only referencing what I saw on
‘Star Trek,’ but I envisioned that instead of touring, artists will play o...
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